Terenzo Bozzone is one of the very few triathletes who can outrun Craig Alexander, the man many consider one of the best runners in the sport. And he’s done it twice this year. At the very young age of 23, Terenzo is a force to contend with at any race. On a bad day, he placed 6th. At his first ever XTERRA, he won. Exceptional at all three disciplines, but especially on the run, Terenzo is the future of the sport. If he’s pulling out victories in stacked fields at this age, just imagine what he’ll be doing when he peaks in his 30s? If Terenzo’s “on” this Saturday, he very well could finish at the top.